New seasonPublished 10/10 at 17:20
I trust that after your well-deserved holidays, we will all return once again to our primary activities with the energy that a leading industry like ours requires.
Having left behind the difficult years we have gone through, we can now focus on the present, and the immediate future, with a renewed sense of optimism resulting from the increasing volume of work. The European Demolition Association, EDA, will of course be our meeting point and benchmark to face the continuous renewal that both our customers and the environment require.
With regard to the ‘new season’, there are numerous events on our agenda. These include the workshop that EDA is preparing, together with the Swedish association, BFB, on demolition and decontamination on 28 September, which will be held within the framework of the DEMCON fair, in Stockholm (Sweden). A think tank is being organised by the EDA in conjunction with the Committee for European Construction Equipment, CECE, on equipment for demolition, to be held on 10 October in Brussels (Belgium).
In addition, and as per usual, the EDA will participate in external events including the World Demolition Summit held on 7 – 8 November in Dublin (Ireland), and 2019 BAUMA, where we will organise numerous activities, thereby reinforcing the important role played by the EDA. Finally, there will be a study tour in Japan. Preparations are advancing at a good pace, and as soon as the details are finalised, the precise information will be disseminated so that those who wish may participate in this event may do so, with the event being scheduled for mid-2019.
My very best wishes to everybody and success in the new season.
The EDA was founded in 1978 and is the leading platform for national demolition associations, demolition contractors and suppliers. The EDA has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the demolition industry.